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About Farragut Square, Washington D. C.

Farragut Square is a city square in the city and is bordered by K Street NW on the north, I street to its right. The place is perfect for exploration and to have a taste of the city as a whole. The place is a hub of Downtown Dc and is famous as a commercial and business district. But there is much more to the place than just that, the square is also famous because of the many restaurants and eateries in the area.

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How To Get To Farragut Square by Public Transport

  • Take a subway from Farragut North Station.
  • Take a bus from K St NW & Connecticut Ave NWStop ID: 6071
  • Take a taxi or rental to the destination.

Address: 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20006, United States

Phone: +1-2022454715

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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  • A great to sit back a relax. Even nice to eat lunch while you're downtown in that area!

  • Nice place for chilling. They also have a movie night. Outdoor cinema in park in summer.

  • Excellent food truck location plus located close to red and blue, orange and sliver metro lines

  • Nice place to take a break during the day. Busy cross section between two Metro Lines. Free transfer from one line to the other, but you have to exit one station walk across the square and enter down in to the other. Not a great place to be after dark.

  • Can't go wrong with a little history and fun learning while visiting. Definitely check it out!

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